“LOVE IS THE KEY TO EVERYTHING”

-MTMS STUDENT

There is so much to be celebrate at MTMS and for certain the successes are rooted in this simple saying that is written in colorful chalk on the sidewalk coming into our school. It is true, “LOVE IS THE KEY TO EVERYTHING”.  May this week be filled with the love that is the key to everything both in our professional and in our personal lives; 1 Corinthians 13: 4-8.  As we approach the end of this school year keep our students, their families and each other in your prayers.  This time of year evokes many emotions for all; may we continue to notice when someone needs us most “love always protects, always trusts” and may we take care of each other in deep ways that are so true and real at MTMS.   

-Ms.Cote

 

  • REGINA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (RSO) This weekend our Senior and Junior violinists played at the RSO on Saturday evening. Special thanks to Ed and Andrea who helped our students learn to play the violin.
  • The Gonzaga Middle School visit last week was a huge success BECAUSE of EACH of YOU!  Thank you for taking the time to share your expertise and stories with their team.  They left feeling inspired and empowered.
  • The Editing Extraveganza went very well! Many volunteers, family members, and mentors came in to help our students edit and perfect their "Stories and Song" essays.
  • Ted Jaleta joined our students today to share his story as part of the "Stories and Song" unit.
  • Dylan Miner: Artist Residency in collaboration with the Dunlop Art Gallery
    The MacKenzie Art Gallery, in partnership with the Dunlop Art Gallery, has invited artist Dylan Miner to spend time in Regina this spring, creating a community-based art installation in collaboration with local artists and community participants. During his residency, which begins in early May,   Dylan Miner will work directly with four local artists who will each engage a local community group in the creation of a collaborative low-rider bike, a continuation of his well-known Anishnaabensag Biimskowebshkigewag (Native Kids Ride Bikes) series. The four local artists in the project are Keith Bird, Eagleclaw Thom, Katherine Boyer, and Stacey Fayant. Our four community partners include Mother Theresa Middle School, Kitchener Community School, Regina Public Library-Albert Branch, and the North Central Community Association.

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